The Ariana Grande Wacky Package sticker

I bought a pack of 2017 Wacky Packages 50th Anniversary stickers today at Target. Don’t judge. I went through them when I got home and when I saw the one featuring pop singer Ariana Grande on Starbucks’ inspired coffee cup, I thought Topps, the publisher of Wacky Packages, probably wishes they could have a do … Continue reading “The Ariana Grande Wacky Package sticker”

Islamist terror attack in London kills seven, injures 48

Three Islamists killed seven people and wounded another 48 last night in England’s capital city. The attack involved ramming a fast-moving vehicle into pedestrians on the London Bridge. The three Islamists then left their vehicle. All three were wearing what turned out to be fake suicide vests. They then began stabbing people in nearby bars … Continue reading “Islamist terror attack in London kills seven, injures 48”

Joe Rogan fails to grasp depression

People don’t understand clinical depression. Even though there’s lots of information available about the subject, too many people insist on remaining ignorant about it. That’s fine. People can choose what they want to educate themselves about. The problem I have are people who know nothing about clinical depression, yet talk about it as though they … Continue reading “Joe Rogan fails to grasp depression”

Adam Carolla needs to stop lying about Stamps.com

The Adam Carolla Show, a daily podcast hosted by Adam Carolla, features live read ads throughout the show.  One of the more regular ad spots is for Stamps.com, a service that allows you to buy and print postage from your computer. The United States Post Office also allows you to do the same thing on … Continue reading “Adam Carolla needs to stop lying about Stamps.com”

Working on my version of minimalism

It seems the harder I try to live a life of minimalism, the harder it becomes. It’s as though the Universe knows of my plans and is doing everything in its power to thwart my efforts. First, our Internet cable provider tried to raise our rates. We signed up with Antietam Cable one year ago. … Continue reading “Working on my version of minimalism”

The Minimalists’ opinion of Marie Kondo

I’ve been interested in Minimalism. I’ve been reading and listening to content about minimalism. The very first book I read on the subject was Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Marie Kondo is a Japanese organizational consultant. I learned a lot from her book. I learned better ways of organizing the things … Continue reading “The Minimalists’ opinion of Marie Kondo”